Genealogical Studies of Cadereyta Jimenez, Nuevo Leon, Mexico

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If your genealogy research has led you to Cadereyta, Nuevo Leon, Mexico then you are aware that many of it’s records have not been indexed by FamilySearch. But you are in luck www.eagleknight.com is a great resource when it comes to Cadereyta. They also have a great article about Paleography And Reading Spanish Genealogy Records. They have three books that are for sale that will help you in your research;

Genealogical Studies of Cadereyta Jimenez; Volume 1: With Complete Baptismal Extractions for 1806-1815

“This genealogy book includes 1,869 baptism records for the given period. Most Baptism records include the Baptism date, race, age in days, child’s name and surname, parents’ names, town of origin, grandparents’ names and padrino name(s). This Baptism genealogy book also includes a Mothers’ surname index and Padrinos’ surname index to assist in your ancestry search.” – http://www.eagleknight.com/

Genealogical Studies of Cadereyta Jimenez; Volume 2: With Complete Baptismal Extractions for 1816-1825

“This genealogy book includes 2,866 baptism records for the given period. Most Baptism records include the Baptism date, race, age in days, child’s name and surname, parents’ names, town of origin, grandparents’ names and padrino name(s). This Baptism genealogy book also includes a Mothers’ surname index and Padrinos’ surname index to assist in your ancestry search.” – http://www.eagleknight.com/

Genealogical Studies of Cadereyta Jimenez; Volume 3: 1827 Census

“This genealogy census book includes 5,032 listed individuals from 1,411 households from Cadereyta Jimenez and the municipal area. This area includes 32 surrounding Haciendas, Ranchos and communities.” – http://www.eagleknight.com/

If you can not afford to buy them then check out your local library to see if they have a copy. I know that my local university University of Texas Pan American has a copy of all three books. Use WorldCat to find a copy near you.

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  • Juan Jesus De Leon

    I Definitely have to get these

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